Plum Warner

Full name:Pelham Francis Warner
Born:2nd October 1873, The Hall, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Died:30th January 1963, West Lavington, Sussex, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm slow
Biography:Editor, Cricketer magazine 1921-62; cricket writer for Morning Post 1921-32, Daily Telegraph 1933. 1934. Author of 18 books on cricket. MCC deputy secretary 1939-45, president 1950-51. Appointed MBE 1919 for military services; knighted in 1937 Coronation Honours for services to cricket.
Education:Rugby School; Oriel College, Oxford University
Relations:Brother: RSA Warner; Half-Brother: CWP Warner
Teams:England (Test: 1898/99-1912); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1894-1929); Oxford University (Main FC: 1894-1896); Middlesex (Main FC: 1894-1920); Lord Hawke's XI (Other FC: 1896/97-1902/03); AJ Webbe's XI (Other FC: 1897-1900); Gentlemen (Other FC: 1897-1919); PF Warner's XI (Other FC: 1897-1920); England (Other FC: 1898/99-1912); CI Thornton's XI (Other FC: 1899-1903); South (Other FC: 1900-1908); The Rest (Other FC: 1901-1913); Marylebone Cricket Club Australian Touring Team (Other FC: 1904-1912); Gentlemen of England (Other FC: 1905-1919); England XI (Other FC: 1908); Lord Londesborough's XI (Other FC: 1910); All teams
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1904, 1921
Middlesex Captain: 1908 - 1920
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Pictures:Oxford University Team, 1894
 Portrait of Plum Warner
 Practice at Caring

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